Two goals against Biddulph and an eye-catching display from winger
Jennison Myrie-Williams caught the eye during his forty-five minutes on the pitch against Biddulph Town last night and capped off his display with two goals, but the winger says that’s not too important at this stage of the season.
He said: “The main thing is getting fit and getting through the games without injuries and progressing through the pre-season.
“I think we played quite well considering it was the second game in two days for most of the boys. I thought we played quite well and we worked hard and got through the game.
“I am always happy to score, but it is more important that we win. I was quite happy with how we played in the first forty five minutes and I just hope we can bring that into Saturday’s game.
“Results at this stage of the season don’t really mean a thing, but winning is a habit and it is always good to win early and I think the more games we win, the more confident we will be going in to the start of the season.”
Myrie-Williams enjoyed a loan spell with the Vale last season and is more than happy to have signed a permanent deal recently.
”I am happy to be back. I am just happy to be playing somewhere where I am wanted and appreciated like I am here.
“The boss believes in me and the boys seem to too, so I am happy to be back playing and winning games.
“It is a tight dressing room and all the lads are settling in well, even the new lads. It is like they have been here for a long time, so that is a good sign.
“Everyone is blending in well and that is showing on the pitch. They all look comfortable, so that is good.
“The pre-season training so far has been very tough, but it can only be good for the players. The fitter you are, I believe the better you will play.”